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Ardincaple Steam boat

In the 19th century, the Ardincaple steamer sailed between Newcastle and Edinburgh twice a week. As well as passengers it carried the mail.

"NEWCASTLE STEAMER. — The Ardincaple sails regularly from the Stone Pier, Newhaven, every Wednes. and Saturday during the season. Laing and Sword, agents, 10 Shore, Leith. NEWCASTLE — Leith and Newcastle Old Ship- ping Co.'s Office, 69 Tolbooth Wyrd. Robert Thomson, manager. A. & G. Stenhouse, agents, Wet Docks."

Gray's annual directory. 1833-34 (c/o National Library of Scotland, available under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence.

Ships Ardincaple Steamboat - September, 1833


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